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Kashmiris and Sikhs marked the Indian Republic Day as a black day, outside the Indian Embassy London

London: Kashmiris and Sikhs marked the Indian Republic Day as a black day, outside the Indian Embassy London. Organised by…

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High Commissioner Mohammad Nafees Zakaria briefing media on improved travel advice of UK for Pakistan

London: High Commissioner Mohammad Nafees Zakaria briefing media on improved travel advice of UK for Pakistan; says it will bring…

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Charter launched to champion good design in the West Midlands

From left:  Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street, Jane Findlay, President Elect Landscape Institute, Sarah Weir CEO Design Council,…

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NHS – Victim of Price Fixing Drug Companies

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has alleged, and provisionally found, that the agreement between Aspen, Tiofarma and Amilco contributed…

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Release of Prisoners (Alteration of Relevant Proportion of Sentence)

Lord Keen of Elie: These draft instruments form part of the Government’s wider plans to reform sentencing and law and…

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Criminalising the Possession of “Terrorist Propaganda”: A Human Rights Analysis

The Home Office is proposing to legislate for a new criminal offence relating to the “possession of the most serious material…

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Courtrooms Lie Empty as Trial Delays Increase

Backlog caused by government cuts ‘undermining access to justice’ in criminal courts. Courtrooms are “lying empty” and judges are being…

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UK High Court Rules Gypsies/Travellers Have ‘Enshrined Freedom’ to Move From Place to Place

The Court of Appeal today, Tuesday 21st January 2020, ruled that Gypsies and Travellers have an “enshrined freedom” to move…

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Kashmir Seminar at the House of Lords

Speakers condemn Indian atrocities in Kashmir, term human rights violations an international issue As the Indian siege of Occupied Kashmir…

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Buildings lit up green to banish the blues

The Library of Birmingham, Wolverhampton Civic Centre and historic Himley Hall near Dudley are some of the regional landmarks that…

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Research to Identify Deportation Airlines: Can You Help?

At Corporate Watch we are carrying out a new research project on airlines’ involvement in deportations (and/or “removals”). Right now…

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Legal Challenge to Gap in Support for Victims of Trafficking Following Grant of Refugee Status

Once an individual is granted refugee status, they usually have a non-extendable 28 days in which to leave asylum support,…

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